SkyTower, the tallest office building in Romania, has organised on Monday SkyLove Day – a day dedicated to love and unity, addressing the entire local community. SkyLove Day was marked by launching of around 1,000 biodegradable balloons from the 37th floor of the iconic building.
SkyLove Day will be celebrated every year, on February 22nd, and on this occasion the tower facade will be lit in red during the night.
The SkyLove Day project promotes the manifestation of love and unity, being part of SkyTower’s strategy and commitment to become a source of inspiration for communities, as well as a support platform for artists and NGOs.
“February is recognised as the month of love and we believe time has come to create our own celebration. SkyTower celebrates love in its own way and we hope that this symbolic gesture will not only bring smiles to people’s faces but will also become a source of inspiration in promoting universal love; after all, we all live for love, in all of its shapes,” says Ramona Boca, SkyTower PR & Marketing Coordinator.
SkyTower, a landmark in the local office and business sector in Bucharest, aims to expand during the coming years its collaboration with the local communities around the building. In this respect, several projects have been launched to establish a connection between the life of the tower community and external communities and to support social responsibility causes and cultural and entrepreneurial communities in Romania.
Among SkyTower’s first initiatives in this area, is the founding of a permanent collaboration with local NGOs by lighting up the tower in specific colours in order to mark certain key days and to create awareness around the respective NGOs and their social causes.
SkyTower has also launched, last year, the SkyCreatives program, an open source platform through which it offers young artists and entrepreneurs an iconic location for their projects. Spaceflow, is the community management mobile application that facilitates both direct digital interaction between tenants in the building and provides access to a range of services and facilities available exclusively to the SkyTower community.
SkyTower is the tallest building in Romania and the most iconic office building of Bucharest. The tower has 37 floors reaching a height of 137 meters above ground and 60 meters of underground structure hosting 5 floors of parking and storage spaces. All working spaces within SkyTower have natural lighting and the upper floors benefit from high-speed elevators reaching a maximum speed of 6 meters per second.
Since its completion in December 2012, SkyTower has become a city landmark, reshaping the skyline of the new CBD in northern Bucharest, and boosting the development of new business projects in Floreasca-Aurel Vlaicu area, a press release issued by the company informs.